Tony, what you didn't hear are the cheers from those of us at home watching on TV. Don't underestimate those of us not at the tracks.
We want you to win......there is no doubt about that.
All things Tony
muskrat3 wrote:I know this is going to sound sad, but bear with me>
The day of Talladega I had a serious medical problem, I had bleeding ulcers. I am not the type to complain, but my family knew something was wrong because I was just laying on the couch not cheering or anything even when Tony took the lead a couple times. after the race they really figured out how bad I was and called an ambulance. well 4 days and 8 units of blood later I got to come home. that Sunday was Martinsville and yes I was jumpimg and cheering like normal. I looked over and my 14 y/o had tears in eyes and when he hugged me he said " Momma you yell as loud as you want to"
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